Question about Toshiba 14" LCD Monitor
I have a Toshiba flat-screen monitor form my home computer. (I'm at work now, so I don't have the model # handy.) A few nights ago, I turned the monitor off to save energy. When I turn it back on, the on-off switch flashes blue about every other second, but the monitor does not light up. I tried jiggling the mouse, hitting keys of the keyboard, and -- ultimately -- turning off and restarting the computer. No luck. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you need a new Switch. Oxidation has probably built up in the switch. It can be fixed. Probably shop around for a certified tech who can replace it. The switch is cheap, Labor is starting around $65 - $90. You said you can faintly see the desktop. This is the invertor board inside the LCD assembly that causes this. Again if it needs to be replaced, the invertor is fairly inexpensive, labor isn't. The technician that ckecks out the laptop can determine what it needs. Yea, your right, it is a good laptop and it is worth fixing. Just a heads up, if the tech says you need a new motherboard, he's lying, find another tech.
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
have you tried either switching between external and internal monitor usally Fn + F5 on toshiba or try plugging a monitor into the back and see if it displays.
if you get a display on the external monitor then its probably a screen or inverter fault if you donot get a display to an external screen then it is likley t be the graphics on the board itself.
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
it sounds like a hardware problem. I would say your high voltage board that drives your lcd has blown probably the caps you buy new on-line and replace it. send to factory service to have fixed. get fixed on warranty if you have it.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2009
1. It's a bad memory problem! (Blue Screen)
2. Try to close unneccessary processes / software using Task Manager before switching ON wireless!
3. Now, switch ON wireless.
4. If it don't work, reinstall the wireless driver!
5. Restart ur system.
tell me if it helps...tc! :)
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Hi,Try doing these,turn the system upside down,the maybe two compartments,unscrew the compartment at the middle locate the RAM Chips two in number,dislodge each one after by pulling the lever at both ends slightly bring them out of the system,now select a slot of your choice and put just one in,power-up the system,if system does not come on,power down,remove RAM put the second one into the Same slot like you did the first,if system does not come on try the second slot.if after all these system still does not come on i will advise you take to qualified service personnel.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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